AutoMWPMany of us depend on popularity or recognition as a measurement for success.  We find it easy to listen to the popular and worldly opinion when we have to make difficult decisions.   When we use what is popular into our life to make choices, we find ourselves feeling discouraged, disappointed and feeling insecure about choices we must make to succeed in our endless struggle to accomplish many of our goals.

When we listen to the voices of struggle we see our suffering as a setback and get even more dissolution.  It is important to remain focused on the goals you set to preserve through difficulties, and slice through the distractions, to meet our challenge and grow with enthusiasm to over come difficult times.

When we set goals for ourselves we will encounter endless distraction that can cause us to loose focus on the goals we set. Remember difficult time does produce distraction, but don’t give up on your dream and achieving your goals.

 Post By Len Thicklin



INSPIRE-W“What I know for sure is that if you want success, you can’t make success your goal. The key is not to worry about being successful, but to instead work toward being significant, and the success will naturally follow.”
Oprah Winfrey

Have a positive weekend, and remember to always pay it forward.




They are the debaters on controversy. They are defined by their tendency to push the envelope and challenge people thinking. They are not afraid to share controversial views and to be assertive; not just in terms of their ideas, but also when it comes to achieving their quest for success.  

What makes a Challenger so different from other? The Challenger seeks to create and build constructive tension.  They point out what is missing from achieving success and failing.  They set goals for their lifetime and the methodology on what it takes not to be an average performer but a top performer.

They challenge all those around them so that they can bring out the most in people.  Remember, leaders develop other leaders and you can’t do this without challenging people to become leaders.  

 Post By Len Thicklin